25 August 2013

Housing Affordability in Unley 2013

  1. The statistics quoted are from renewal SA's report into housing affordability. the first number is for Unley and it is then compared to Greater Adelaide.There are some comparisons here that I would not have expected. Hope you find this interesting reading?
Percentage of low income households (less than 80% of state median) 2011: 26.6%. [Greater Adelaide: 33.1%]
Percentage change in the number of households between 2006 and 2011: 1.4%. [Greater Adelaide: 5.5%]
Percentage of households where the household reference person is aged 60 years or over: 46.1%. [Greater Adelaide: 32.1%]
Percentage of private renter households paying more than 25% of their weekly gross household income on housing: 43.2%. [Greater Adelaide: 76.1%]
Percentage of people who were living at a different address five years ago (2011 data): 37.3%. [Greater Adelaide: 34.0%]
Indigenous persons by age group, 2011: 0.3%. [Greater Adelaide: 1.3%]
Average annual percentage change in median dwelling prices, 2003-04 to 2011-12: 6.4%. [Greater Adelaide: 6.1%]
Percentage of households who own, or are purchasing their dwelling, 2011: 63.1%. [Greater Adelaide: 66.1%]
Proportion of dwelling sales that were affordable to low income households between July 2006 and June 2012 : 1.7%. [Greater Adelaide: 4.5%]
Proportion of private rents that were affordable to low income households between July 2006 and June 2012 : 34.3%. [Greater Adelaide: 43.5%]
Percentage of dwellings with one or two bedrooms: 40.1%. [Greater Adelaide: 23.5%]
Percentage of new residential dwellings which were flats, units or apartments, July 2008 to June 2012: 67.6%. [Greater Adelaide: 26.0%]
Social housing stock (number of dwellings): 569

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